The streets of Downtown Boston following Monday's bombing. Photos by Steve Klamkin, WPRO News.
The city of Boston and surrounding areas remain in lock down and on high alert as authorities continue their search for the second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings.
Nineteen year old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is still at large, and authorities believe he is armed and dangerous.
At a briefing Friday afternoon, Massachusetts State Police said they're roughly 70-percent finished combing a Watertown neighborhood, but no suspect has been apprehended.
Boston Mayor Tom Menino said Boston will not let the terrorists intimidate the city.
"We are one city...we are going to get through this. We are going to be a stronger city as we go forward," he said.
Governor Lincoln Chafee told WPRO that Rhode Islanders should be alert and aware of potential danger at this time.
"Everyone just being a little bit on edge, unfortunately, in some you just have to be during these days," he said.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick said developments continue in the ongoing investigation.